Beth is an energetic and hardworking architect with significant experience in all aspects of the design process, from early conceptual design through to construction administration. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Architecture and spent numerous years in the state before making the move to Boston. She excels in collaborative environments and is a leader at FA and beyond. In the office, Beth is an active member of the Sustainability Group, the Production Group, and the K-12 Group, amongst others. Outside of FA, she joined CREW Boston and their Network Committee for the advancement of women in the real estate industry, she serves on the Boston Society of Architecture’s How We Work committee, and she is a membership advisor for the Junior League of Boston. Outside of her numerous professional commitments, Beth is literally outside, hiking, running, rock climbing or traveling! She’ll occasionally come back inside for her wine-tasting classes, which she’s recently become very invested in!
American Institute of Architects (AIA), K-12 Subcommittee
Boston Society of Architects (BSA), How We Work Committee
CREW Boston, Network Committee
Junior League of Boston, Membership Advisor Chair
U.S. Green Building Council
"Aspiration to Action: Gen Z's Call for Change," in Spaces4Learning, September 2020
MBLC 2020 Building Literacy: Public Library Construction Podcast Series: "Designing for Sustainability: An Interview with Finegold Alexander Architects"
MBLC 2020 Roundtable Discussion: "Designing Libraries for a Pandemic"
If you were a super-hero, what powers would you have? Generating door schedules in my mind
What would you do if you won the lottery? Definitely not quit my job because it’s the best (my boss is reading this)
Most unusual thing you've ever eaten? Cow tongue in Moscow, accompanied with shots of vodka chased with pickles
What do you wish would come back into fashion? Art Deco #bringbackpastels